Israel’s energy minister laid on the charm as he spoke to a few dozen oil executives, contractors and analysts in a crowded hotel conference room about the country’s natural gas prospects.
The United States and China have formally joined the global climate change agreement reached in Paris last year. The decisions mark a major step towards the pact's eventual implementation.
With a vigorous national debate underway on whether Sweden should enter a military partnership with NATO, officials in Stockholm suddenly encountered an unsettling problem: a flood of distorted and outright false information on social media, confusing public perceptions of the issue.
China will be receiving international delegations from throughout the world taking part the G20 Summit. The 11th meeting will be held Sept. 4-5 and Kazakhstan will attend as a guest country.
Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski and his British counterpart Boris Johnson have declared that no xenophobia will be tolerated following an attack on a Pole in the UK.
After two years of fighting, every day continues to bring new casualties and many fear a new Russian-backed offensive
Samuel Johnson famously told his biographer James Boswell, “Clear your mind of cant.” In thinking about European security, we should do so, too.
A Chinese firm and a Kazakhstan firm have agreed to form a joint venture to develop a major fertilizer production and distribution hub in southwest China's Chongqing municipality.
The United States and India announced on Tuesday they are strengthening cooperation on fighting terrorism.
Russia will facilitate in every possible way the durable and steady character of the ceasefire in Donbass, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday in a commentary on the results of a teleconference of the Contact Group for settling the armed civil conflict in eastern Ukraine, the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission, and the Joint Control and Coordination Center.
Turkmenistan is considering the possibility to supply its energy resources to the West, said the country’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov.
Construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) and the Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP), through which Azerbaijani gas will go to Europe, will enable Greece and the countries of Southeast Europe to reduce dependence on Russian gas, president of the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics, professor Kostas Andriosopoulos said.
Kazakhstan has become the first country to shift to peaceful use of atom. The renunciation of the world's fourth largest nuclear arsenal and closure of the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Testing Site underlie the formation of a positive image of the country in the entire world. "This step turned out to be an important tool of foreign policy and diplomacy of Kazakhstan," says Doctor of Economics of the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs Roman Vakulchuk in an interview with Kazinform.
Public sentiment on Brexit could change if the economy in the UK worsened, EU Commissioner Günther Oettinger has said. He added that it was unlikely Turkey would join the EU while it was ruled by President Erdogan.
The Latvian Foreign Ministry has requested that the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), also called the UN Refugee Agency, modify the communication of its "We would do the same!" campaign in Latvia, which has faced public criticism, the ministry reported.